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Endangered person alert also needed

Endangered person alert also needed

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff recently announced the Endangered Person Advisory program, which can be used in the cases of missing persons – regardless of age – whose cases do not fall within the parameters of the Amber Alert program.

Such situations would include lost hikers, kidnapped adults, missing Alzheimer’s patients or anyone who has disappeared under suspicious circumstances.

The Endangered Persons Alert will have some differences from the Amber Alert Program:

The new program will be a scaled-down version of the Amber Alert system in that it will not call for emergency broadcasts on television, radio and electronic signs on highways. However, when an Endangered Person Advisory goes into effect, law-enforcement agencies, businesses and the media will quickly receive a press release with information about the missing person and when they were last seen. Advisories also will be posted at state ports of entry, which could be an important factor in Southern Utah cases.

While it is vitally important that we protect vulnerable children who have been abducted, it is also important to involve the public in helping to find other missing persons.

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September 25th, 2005 at 02:04pm Posted by | Amber Alert, Endangered Persons Alert, Missing Adult, Missing Children, Missing Teen | no comments

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